4 record(s) found with the tag "forest regrowth" (multi-year projects are grouped):
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Impacts of wildfire extent and severity on caribou habitat
Principal Investigator: Baltzer, Jennifer L
Licensed Year(s): 2018 2017 2016
Summary: The main objective of this fieldwork is to support the collection of data for predictive caribou habitat mapping within the forested areas of the Taiga Plains and Taiga Shield Ecoregions in NWT, roughly south of Great Bear Lake. The research team will complete the establishment of a network of long-term study plots across a range of fire characteristics and vegetation types, where the team will me...

Tree regeneration on seismic lines
Principal Investigator: Greene, David F
Licensed Year(s): 2005 2004
Summary: The purpose of this project is to identify the factors that promote or retard forest regrowth after seismic line cutting. Little was known about tree regeneration on seismic lines until the 2001-2003 study by Seccombe-Hett and Walker-Larsen, which showed that older lines were well-stocked but that the delay in coloniziation might be caused by dramatic subsidence and resulting water-logging. ...

Forestry Research Projects in the Gwich'in Settlement Area: Seismic Line Revegetation in the Gwich'in Settlement Area (GSA)
Principal Investigator: Van Gerwen-Toyne, Melanie
Licensed Year(s): 2003 2002 2001 2000
Summary: Baseline data on the rate of tree growth (productivity) and time required for trees to re-establish (regeneration) following fires and anthropogenic disturbances are required to determine forest sustainability and understand how habitat changes over time...

Climate Change at the Forest/Tundra Boundary
Principal Investigator: Landhaeusser, Simon M.
Licensed Year(s): 1992 1991 1990
Summary: The Researcher will study regions of past burned areas south and north of Inuvik to determine if post-fire spruce establishment has occured not only on areas formally dominated by spruce, but also on larger areas that were formerly tundra....